The Script at the Aviva Stadium
The Aviva stadium was packed with Script fans all dancing while I swayed stiffly from side to side. The lucky early birds caught more than a worm, as The Coronas went on surprisingly early, around half six, and stayed on for over forty five minutes. Despite it being my first concert, I knew that opening acts don’t generally stay on that long, but I was happy they did. Next came Tinie Tempah. Though I know the majority of the people there probably love him, I’m not a fan. However, I wasn’t bored because the atmosphere was great, even though Tinie didn’t perform very well live.
After Tinie Tempah, there was a long break before The Script finally came on. The crowd screamed as the wait was finally over. Even in the seated area, the majority of the crowd stood and danced. From my seat I could see one drunken girl have to be removed before the concert even began, a guy in a lime green shirt almost suffered the same faith and four girls, all wearing the same dress, walking through the crowd narrowly missing each other, until finally two met. Oh yeah and the bands of course.
The show was great and the crowd loved it. Both The Script and Tinie Tempah played some new music, Tinie even tried to start a mosh pit to go with his new song (which is called Mosh Pit). For me the best part of the night was The Coronas. I like The Script, if I didn’t I wouldn’t have gone, but the opening acts spending so much time on stage made it feel like they were more than just openers and The Coronas stole the show, at least for me. Everything taken into account, it was a great experience and I hope to go to more concerts in the future.
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